Which Pool Material is Best?

By udm - May 8th, 2018 in Uncategorized

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Which Pool Material Is Best For Me?

If you think owning and installing a pool is only about size, you have a lot left to consider. After thinking about shape, size, budget, and style, you also need to think about your pool material. The most common pool material or materials within the pool market are the following:

  • Concrete
  • Vinyl Liner
  • Fiberglass
  • Ceramic Tiles

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Concrete Pools

Yes, concrete pools are really made out of concrete. Building a concrete pool requires excavation, a base plate, concrete block walls, and much more. Concrete pools offer pool owners absolute freedom of design. The only wall pool owners will run into when choosing the finishing design touches, is how competent their pool builder is, and whether they have the skills to build your dream, concrete pool.

 

Vinyl Liner Pools (The Affordable Option) 

Many of these pools are ready-made and delivered right to your backyard. Also, there are various shapes and sizes to choose from. Vinyl liner pools continue to be the most affordable option but it is not as flashy or sleek as the other options. If your home is aesthetic-conscious, you might want to go with another alternative.

Laminate, Fiberglass Pool

Fiberglass pools are also easy to maintain when compared directly to concrete pools. Say goodbye to sore feet! Try playing pool volleyball on a concrete pool and end up with red, sore feet bottoms. Ouch! Fiberglass, however, has a smooth, clean finish, which won’t bloody toes and feet. Fiberglass pools typically work better with salt chlorine generators.

Furthermore, fiberglass installation outstands the effects of mother nature really well. Vinyl liner pools, for example, has to sit at a specific temperature for the liner not to decrease in quality when installed. Concrete is susceptible to varying temperatures. Best of all, pool owners have really enjoyed the benefits of fiberglass pools — this swimming pool material is quite popular in the U.S.

 

 

 

Ceramic Pool Tiles

Ceramic tile flooring is difficult to stain. Furthermore, dirt slides off ceramics, so they tend to be easier to clean. To maintain ceramic tiles, simply sweep or vacuum them semi-regularly with water. Another benefit of ceramic tiles is they do not get damaged by chemical agents as easily as other options do. Also, even when exposed to harsh elements like excess sunlight or dirt, their lovely color won’t fade.

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